Mint shows that I have a number of (non-existent - confirmed through CFNC website) loans under my NC529 College Foundation of NC account. Why?

Mint shows that I have a number of loans under my NC529 College Foundation of NC account - but I have not taken loans and the online account for my CFNC (NC 529 website) explicitly states no loans have been taken.  There are 15 entries - some with valuations, some with zero dollar entries and they range in time from when I started the account to quite recently (Dec 2017).  Anyone else seeing this?  Also any clue why they are showing up and how to get rid of them?

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